Advertisers and agencies ask Google Inc. not to hurry with cookie "murder"

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Players of the market consider that blocking of cookie-files in the browser Google Chrome can destroy the most part of infrastructure Internet. Refusal of Google Inc. from support of cookie-files of third-party sites can do much harm to digital business, to consumers and technological innovations, is spoken in the joint statement of National association of advertisers (ANA) and the American association of advertizing agencies (4As) about which reports American daily business newspaper "The Wall Street Journal" ". It threatens with essential destruction of the most part of infrastructure the modern Internet without providing any viable alternative —...

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